Join Us: A Discussion on the Future of Wolves in the West

Be part of the Center's Saving Life on Earth series.
Gray wolf pups
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Wolves in the West are at a crossroads. After once being nearly driven out of existence, they've returned in places like the Southwest and California, Oregon and Washington. But what happens in the coming years will determine whether these populations thrive or not.

Join us on Thursday, May 14, for a Saving Life on Earth discussion about our work to save these iconic animals. The presentation will include Amaroq Weiss, a Center senior West Coast wolf advocate, and Michael Robinson, senior conservation advocate.

The hour-long webinar will start at 4 p.m. PT / 7 p.m. ET. It's free, but you need to sign up.

We're excited to bring you these Saving Life on Earth webinars, where each week we convene a small team of Center experts to discuss some of the more important topics of our times.

This week's conversation will dig into the history and biology of wolves in the West, the state of their recovery along the West Coast and in the Southwest, the challenges ahead — and how you can get involved.

Sign up here to join Thursday's conversation. We'll see you there.

Tierra Curry

Tierra Curry
Senior Scientist
Center for Biological Diversity

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